Our Team

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Audrey Atkins
Director of Community Engagement

Sabrina Balch
Membership Director

Richard Banks

Diana Beattie
Membership Specialist

Stephan Bisaha
Wealth and Poverty Reporter

Andrea Blackert Owens
Gulf States Newsroom Business Manager

William Dahlberg
Interim Executive Director

Miranda Fulmore
Multimedia News Producer

Ebonee Hamilton
Office Manager

Michael Harrington
Digital Marketing Specialist

Mary Scott Hodgin
Health and Science Reporter

Michael Krall
Program Director

Lissa LeGrand

Jon Malone
Technical Assistant

Darrell McCalla
Chief Operator/Chief Engineer

Rashah McChesney
Gulf States Newsroom Sr. Content Editor

Nancy McLemore

Kyra Miles
Report for America Education Reporter

Priska Neely
Gulf States Newsroom Managing Editor

Amasico Rainer
Corporate Account Executive

Cody Short
Local Government & Communities Reporter

Caroline Spears
Traffic Coordinator

Tim Stout

Karma Tolliver
Corporate Account Executive

Andrew Yeager
Managing Editor


Some parents express frustration with schools’ responses to the omicron surge

As students across Birmingham return to classrooms after the winter break, schools must contend with the COVID-19 omicron variant. With cases surging, WBHM heard from some parents who are frustrated with the response from school leaders.

State Health Officer warns Alabama is ‘not in a good place’ fighting the Omicron variant

During a media call Tuesday, State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said Alabama is seeing the highest new daily case numbers of the pandemic.

Birmingham Mayor Woodfin sworn in for a second term

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin began his second term Tuesday, continuing his tenure as the city’s 30th mayor.

Sierra Hull reflects on the meaning of time on her album “25 Trips”

Sierra Hull's list of achievements includes a three-time mandolin player of the year by the International Bluegrass Association. The mandolinist and singer/songwriter takes a reflective look at her life on her latest album.

What Is Going On With Tarrant’s City Leaders?

There's been an overwhelming amount of drama in Tarrant over the last year, a small town with less than 7,000 people. Many believe the tensions are rooted in racism and Tarrant’s changing demographics.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

I recently cleaned out my office so new flooring could be installed and came across what I would only describe as blasts from the past!

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